Summer 2017 Courses

The Division of Academic Enhancement offers the following courses. For more detailed course descriptions, including prerequisites and course syllabi, please visit: bulletin.uga.edu

UNIV 1102: Learning to Learn

Designed primarily for freshmen and sophomores, this course focuses on effective college learning strategies such as note taking and test preparation. In this course you will learn basic ideas in learning theory and how these theories inform the practice of learning. We will also cover how to select and modify learning strategies based on the course, the academic tasks, and your own characteristics as a learner. For more information, click the instructor name to view the course syllabus:  Phares

UNIV 1110: Introduction to Pre-Calculus (Drop Back from MATH 1113)

This class offers a complete review of algebra and problem-solving techniques to prepare students for pre-calculus. Topics include factoring, solving equations and inequalities, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions, and graphing techniques. Also available as a drop-back for students enrolled in MATH 1113. Please note that there is a deadline for the drop back process. For more information, click the instructor name to view the course syllabus:  Li

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